Japanese Botanical Painting, Tulips on shikishi, original artwork by Bakufu Ohno (大野麦風, 1888–1976).
Japanese Botanical Painting, Tulips on shikishi, original artwork by Bakufu Ohno (大野麦風, 1888–1976).
Japanese Botanical Painting, Tulips on shikishi, original artwork by Bakufu Ohno (大野麦風, 1888–1976).
Japanese Botanical Painting, Tulips on shikishi, original artwork by Bakufu Ohno (大野麦風, 1888–1976).
Japanese Botanical Painting, Tulips on shikishi, original artwork by Bakufu Ohno (大野麦風, 1888–1976).
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Japanese Botanical Painting, Tulips on shikishi, original artwork by Bakufu Ohno (大野麦風, 1888–1976).

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Original hand-painted shikishi (traditional Japanese paper board) by one of the most famous 20th Japanese painter Bakufu Ohno. Signed Bakufu with seal Bakufu.

This Beautifully hand-painted floral, tulips, botanical, painting on shikishi is eye-catching for Japanese Art collectors and lovers. A beautifully painted tulips to display.

Ohno Bakufu (Japanese: 大野麦風, 1888–1976) was a Japanese painter and print maker.
He was born in Tokyo, Japan. Over his lifetime he created over seventy designs. He exceled in observing and portraying the ecology of fish. His best known masterpiece is the Japanese Fish Picture Collection (Dai Nihon gyorui gashu). Although this is his most famous piece of work, he also created many landscapes and a few still lives.

He was an honorary member of the Hyogo Prefecture Academy of Fine Arts. He studied Western painting under Kotaro Nagahara and was active in the Taiheiyo Art Association and Hakubakai. He was selected for the 1st Imperial Art Academy Exhibition.

The size :
18 x 21 cm (7" x 8.3").

Condition :
This shikishi is in good condition for its age (mid 20th century) with some small no remarkable stains and dirt.

Please note that it is sold unframed.

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I will send it well packed with a tracking number.